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Practitioners, students and researchers rely on online sources for most legal research. It may be a surprise that extensive, reliable case law and legislation databases are easily accessible by everyone free of charge.
Review how legal researchers can maximise their results, identify the most useful “tools” available, learn how to keep up to date, and critically how to better manage information that’s found including:
• strategies to find the information you need
• techniques for browsing and searching legislation and case law
• tricks to getting the most out of the best free legal resources available
• practical knowledge management tips for modern practitioners
This seminar is tailored for lawyers and support staff in law firms who are responsible for and conduct regular online research.
Date & Time:
Thu, 8 March 2018 1.00pm - 2.00pm
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1 Points Professional Responsibility
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none Points Ethics